Some scholars suppose that he had done so before he began the conquest of Mitanni.
Their seat must have been in the region where we later find the Hittites, or Mitanni.
This god was also worshipped by the military aristocracy of Mitanni, which held sway for a period over Assyria.
It was in western Padan that the kingdom of Mitanni was established.
In Asia, Mitanni was the first neighbour of Egypt that had maintained its independence.
Some writers suggest, indeed, that the Kassites came from Mitanni.
Tiglath-pileser first invaded Mitanni, where he routed a combined force of Shubari hillmen and Hittites.
The Mitanni, who exercised a sort of hegemony over the whole of Naharaim, were this time the objects of his attack.
Possibly these are contracted forms of Tusratta and Yuni, who were at the time king and queen of Mitanni.
Thothmes evidently touched the kingdom of Mitanni on its western border.